Posted by jackinok on September 07, 2012 at 06:13:53 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: burr mill posted by Ron chicken food wanted on September 06, 2012 at 16:21:20:
what I always called a burr mill was one with one fixed metal plate and one driven one with burs on it.that being said,we always ran them pretty slow. maybe 60 rpm or so i would guess. we were mostly grinding meal or flour though,and would not run a whole lot at once. if thats what you have you dont want to let the plates get together,it wears them out fast. we would start with it fairly open and run the meal through getting progressively finer. for the chicken feed it just got cracked up good. we would run out maybe 20-30 lbs of corn for the chickens at once,they didnt get fed a whole lot around our place,mostly just enough to keep them where they would come if you banged the bucket. we never ran any large amount at once.cattle were fed cotton seed. and if we ground feed for them it went through the hammer mill,that we would run really fast.
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